Report: #1329899

Complaint Review: national record service

  • Submitted: Sat, September 24, 2016
  • Updated: Sat, September 24, 2016
  • Reported By: ruben — dallas Texas USA
  • national record service
    illinois deed provider
    illinois, Illinois

national record service illinois deed provider They asked for $59.50 and they will send a copy of my property deed illinois Illinois

*Consumer Comment: Big scam

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This company asked for $59.50 and in a short period i would receive a copy of my property deed.  I sent check on 6/15/16 it is now 9/24/16 and i have received nothing.

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#1 Consumer Comment

Big scam

AUTHOR: FloridaNative - (USA)

You don't have to pay a third party for a copy of your deed at all.

You can get a copy of your deed in any of the following ways:

  1. Download it from your county's website
  2. Go to the courthouse or county records if you need a certified copy. The copy is free but to get it certified may cost a $1 or $2 - some nominal amount. You get it right away. You usually don't need a certified copy at all.
  3. Contact your title co or closing attorney.
  4. Contact your Realtor and they will send you a copy from the public records.

This scam of a third party charging for a copy of your own deed has been around for a very long time. Next time call your Realtor or title co when someone asks you to send money for a public record so they can tell you if you are being scammed or not. 

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